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Frauenporträt, 1919.

Frauenporträt, 1919.

Karl Schmidt Rottluff. Kopf / Kristus. (In this year, Christ did not appear to you.) 1918. "[A] frightful vision on which is marked the stiffling terror of the German people...The one eye is closed in pain; the other, open wide in prophecy: therefrom pierce glances of sorrow and oppression."

German Expressionist Woodcuts: Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, (German, ( The carnage & upheaval of the First World War produced great German art - Bauhaus, Expressionism & Weimar - but it also allowed the great evil of Nazism to flourish).

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff was a German expressionist painter and printmaker, one of the four founder-members of the artist group Die Brücke. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

۩۩ Painting the Town ۩۩ city, town, village & house art - Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884-1976), Weiblicher Kopf "Female Head", woodcut, 1915

View Weiblicher Kopf Female Head by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff on artnet. Browse more artworks Karl Schmidt-Rottluff from Harris Schrank Fine Prints.

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff ~ Self-Portrait, 1906

Painting Exhibition: Vincent van Gogh and Expressionism : Karl Schmidt-Rottluff: Self-Portrait

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (German, 1884 - 1976)  Blue Window (Blaues Fenster), N/D

amare-habeo: “karl schmidt-rottluff (german, 1884 - blue window (blaues fenster), n/d ”

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884-1976) - Malven am Haus, 1926

❀ Blooming Brushwork ❀ - garden and still life flower paintings - Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

Karl Schmidt Rottluff Mother From The Portfolio Ten Woodcuts By Schmidt Rottluff

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (German, Mother (Mutter) from the portfolio Ten Woodcuts by Schmidt-Rottluff (Zehn Holzschnitte von Schmidt-Rottluff).

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Houses at Night, 1912

cavetocanvas: “ Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Houses at Night, 1912 ”

"Lesende" (Reader), Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, 1912, German   /   r&a

"Lesende (Reading Woman) (Else Lasker-Schüller)", 1912 / Karl Schmidt-Rotluff…

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